When I travel to cities enough I have favorite places I have to – HAVE TO – go eat a meal at. There’s something to be…Continue reading...
When I travel to cities enough I have favorite places I have to – HAVE TO – go eat a meal at. There’s something to be said about visiting a place that soothes your soul after a long day (or more) of traveling; a place that makes frazzled nerves and tightly clenched shoulders (as in my case) to relax is a blessing. If you ever find yourself in or around Springfield,
When I was younger, all I wanted to do was get my friends to walk to nearby school with me to shoot hoops or play a game of HORSE. It was one of the most fun things to do on a school night and moms couldn’t say no because EXERCISE. I’ve noticed as I get older however, that a lot of those great hoops that were once super new and
Video games are well known for how well they hook the player into persisting to reach goals and to level up. Sometimes people feel more motivated to level up in their game than in their “real life.” This phenomenon led developers to explore gamification of daily life. Apps that merge gameplay with daily activities may motivate you to workout, clean house or complete tasks on your to-do list. The best-known
It hit 85 degrees in my neck of the woods Monday. In March. On the first day of spring. All I wanted to do was sprawl out beneath a window in a sunspot, or better yet: go to the park and lay in the remnants of the winter grass. Basically I wanted to cat my day away. YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN. Because it was summerlike outside my brain started